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. but i didn't know the half of it. i knew he was an oscar-nominated actor, a great actor who i had the pleasure of working w bith, but i found out today the most fascinating part of his life, the part that would make a great movie. and all of that happened before he became an actor. and i learned that today in his obituary. that's in tonight's rewrite. >>> in the spotlight tonight, the public musings of losers. here's how mitt romney explained why he lost to president obama just days after the election. >> what the president's campaign did was focus on certain members of his base coalition, give them extraordinary financial gifts from the government, and then work very aggressively to turn them out to vote, and that strategy worked. >> that explanation got mitt romney attacked and condemned by the likes of bobby jindahl and other republicans. they're now trying a new approach. tag romney said this about his father. he wanted to be president less than anyone i knew in my entire life. he had no desire to run, says tag, who worked with his mother and to persuade his father to seek the
of blood rigged. >> oscar, a beer for the man with the beard. >> do you dip in and out of it when you come off the set? are you able to leave that character or do you stay in the whole time, and if so, how does that play out? >> i wouldn't have survived very long if i kept that character when i went home. >> jamie foxx does tell a story about you walking onto the set one day. >> right. >> he says, leo, what's going on? and you blow right past him. he thinks for a moment, is leo dicaprio blowing me off big time? and then thinks he's in character. >> this man represents the moral decay of the south. for me to get in that mindset and be that character, that's the way i needed to be on set everyday. >> dicaprio tells the story of an actor celebrititive and sparing of the roles he takes. >> what is your philosophy of changing roles in films? >> i want to do as many characters as i can, like a book or watching a movie. when you experience that and it kind of speaks to you and you feel a connection it to, you envision yourself in that role, i don't question it. i just go towards it. it's somethin
, but perhaps in the race for oscar recognition. which seems to suggest strongly by itself narrative strategy at least by the fact that it begins with 30 minutes or so of waterboarding and other forms of torture. the torture was absolutely necessary in tracking down bin laden. >> right. mark, the film starts with those brutal interrogation and torture themes and presents a linear narrative where whatever you think of them, people look at them and think they're bad, but end with things that americans thinking are very good, which is killing bin laden. i want to highlight this to your point. senators feinstein and mccain wrote that they believe the filmmakers have an obligation to state that the role of torture in the hunt for osama bin laden was not based on the facts. why do you think we mentioned the senior senators and john mccain who knows a thing or two about this are bent out of shape about the movie? >> well, i think they are politicians, just about all of them, and they know that you can state and state and restate facts. in fact, facts have little purchase when it comes to the powerfu
reverend revved up about his new home in new jersey. dig that jacket. oscar's new digs are definitely up to par, living the high life on long island. >> they are our bride and groom for halloween. >> there's something just wrong about this. >> reporter: from the lighthearted moments to the challenging ones, these dogs have proven to be family's best friend. buddy suited up in preparation for super storm family and comforted his family in the aftermath. cooper is waiting with a wagging tail for his owner, sean, to return from afghanistan. in our awe of the moment here, who could forget this litter of pups and her mom left abandoned on the side of the road? they all turned out great. like little bella, who waits patiently at the school bus for her beloved owner, norah. and their proud momma gets the lotto of love living large in connecticut. >> in all, we found homes for more than 50 dogs and cats in 2012. a few of the families with us now along with richard from animal control in new york city. good morning, everyone. richard, this has to make you feel great, seeing this lineup, a perfect
. it will get a second wind when the oscar nomination is coming outme out. >> it's an interesting comparison. it's also about the spirit and who you are and not about the superficial transient items of existence. >> you were talking about the images and it puts out an interesting thing. these two are out cast. >> ryan gosling. >> you have to search hard for love, but they look pretty good. >> talk breastly about the piece you wrote about your dad. >> i wrote a piece in sunday's paper that was a look at where we have come in america with gay rights and gay marriage and the gay eyes of my dad. he is 77, going on 78. fraternity guy and navy officer. when he learned from my mother who said i should not tell him myself that i was gay made him uncomfortable. he is so comfortable with it now in the biggest way. i had never done this interview with him that i had done over the years, hundreds of other americans about what was the trouble you had with this and what's the journey you traveled. i sat down with him a few days before i wrote the column and said can i talk about this? the greatest measure is
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